About Kabul MUN
Kabul Model United Nations (Kabul MUN) was established in 2016 by Mohammad Yahya Qanie and a group of intellectual Afghan young leaders. Kabul MUN is the largest world-class Model United Nations conference organizer in Afghanistan which, hosts Model UN conferences by bringing together young leaders from across Afghanistan and all over the world. The conference gives an opportunity for young leaders and diplomats to practice diplomacy and exchange views on current global issues. Each Delegate will be assigned to represent a member-state of the United Nations. This conference will be a great opportunity for the participants to not only experience diplomacy by engaging in debates and negotiations, but also to learn about the United Nations’ works.

The whole session will be conducted according to the Rules of Procedures of the Harvard Model United Nations. A Dias including Chair with the help of Co-chair will conduct the sessions. We want the Kabul MUN to be a platform where, the delegates can use the best of their time; exchanging their ideas and perspectives with each other. Hence, Kabul MUN highly encourages participants to take part in this conference and use from the great opportunities that the conference provides to them.

The First Edition of Kabul MUN was held on 3rd and 4th November, 2016 at the Kabul Serena Hotel. We welcomed 200 participants, including delegates, committee staff members, international press members, and our keynote speakers; DSRSG Mrs. Kardel from UN, Deputy Head of EU Mr. Cunningham and Deputy Minister Mrs. Spoghmai from Ministry of Women Affaires. Kabul MUN 2016 was held with the slogan “A Chance for Change” in four committees; UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, UN Human Rights Council and UN Women.

The Second Edition of Kabul MUN conference, held on November 16th – 17th – 18th, 2017 at the Karwan University. In 2017, we hosted 300 participants from across Afghanistan and our Executive Board from the region. With the slogan “Shaping the Future”, Kabul MUN 2017 was held in eight committees; UN Security Council, UN Development Programme, UN Commission on Women Status, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Group 20, the National Assembly, Crisis Committee and International Press with an immense focus on SDGs. In 2017, Kabul MUN published the first ever professional Model UN guide in Afghanistan to help the participants get prepared.

Kabul MUN 2016

Kabul MUN 2017